Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative is a locally owned and controlled business.  Our purpose is to provide farm and rural customers with quality products, marketing, and friendly service at competitive prices that will enhance producer profitability and keep Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative financially strong and growing.

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 Annual Meeting Postponed!

We will postpone the meeting until the State allows meetings of more than 50 people.  We will keep you informed!






Corona/ Cfap/ccc  payment rates available May 26th.   Available on 50 percent of 2019 production or unsold inventory as of Jan 15th 2020, whichever is less. The CFAP and CCC payments both apply the way it looks. Through FSA.  Google Link below.


Pro-Ag is now offering free delayed pricing on corn/beans/wheat delivered Jan 15th forward.  No charges until Aug 1st which will then accrue at a 5 cent/bu/mo rate for corn/soybean,  8 cent/bu/mo for wht.


New Crop Corn Average Seasonal Price (ASP) as of 5/27/2020  is $3.59





Pro-Ag will not be paying interest on deferred grain payments going forward.





AUGUST 13 2018 



  June 25 2019 




February 27 2019 






Bids are subject to change


Market Snapshot
Quotes retrieved on May 30, 2020, 08:19:34 PM CDT


Local Weather
Brandon, Minnesota (56315)

Current Conditions Sunny
Temperature 64°F
Dew Point 29°F
Pressure 30.26 in. Hg
Humidity 26%
Wind 0 mph


Ag Market Commentary

Cattle Close Lower for Weekend
Cattle futures traded $1.37 to $1.75 lower on Friday. For June contracts that wasn’t enough to erase previous moves, as June cattle closed 2.5% higher on the week. From Friday to Friday August feeders gained $6.07, but closed the day with 15 cent l...
Corn Closes Lower on Friday Pullback
Corn futures were down 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 cents following the Thursday gains. Private exporters reported a large sale of 101,600 MT of 2019/20 corn to unknown this morning under the daily reporting system. That had little impact. USDA’s weekly Export S...
Wheat Added more Gains
The U.S. wheat markets continued the gains from yesterday closing the week 2.2 to 5.8% higher. KC was up the most on Friday closing 6 to 6 1/2 cents higher. For July that was a 5.8% gain on the week. SRW wheat futures closed 4 1/4 to 6 1/4 cents high...
Cotton Firm and Mixed on Friday
Front month cotton futures came back from midday lows and ended the session within a dime on either side of UNCH. July and October futures were 2 and 7 points higher, while Dec through May ’21 closed 4 to 7 points lower. The USDA’s holiday delaye...
Soy Complex Closes in Red
Friday trading closed the week with losses of less than 1%. Old crop futures were down 5 to 6 1/4 cents and new crop soybeans settled 1 to 4 1/4 cents lower. Soybean meal futures closed with $1.1 to $1.70/ton losses on Friday. Front month soy oil fut...
Hogs Come Back from Midday Lows
Lean hog futures rallied back from midday losses and closed $0.95 to $1.70 higher. Save for June hogs which ended Friday’s session with a 7 cent loss. The CME Lean Hog index was up 42 cents on May 27, to $62.95. USDA National Average Base Hog price...


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